Depth: 18-40 m 60-130 ft
Description: This dive site is named for its natural chimney, located at the center of the site. The wall consists of two giant steps before the reef plunges into the deep; the fi rst is at 13 m / 45 ft while the second is at approximately 30 m / 100 ft. These deep walls attract many reef sharks, which often cruise along the lip of the lower step
Points of special interest (click on map for position):
1- Yellowline arrow crab zone – This arrow crab has eight spidery legs and a triangular body. It is passive towards divers but will aggressively attack most other coral reef creatures that approach it
2- Chimney – The chimney is a large crack that runs down the length of the wall from approximately 15 - 30 m / 50 - 100 ft and contains nocturnal species such as lobsters and squirrelfish
3- Staghorn coral & threespot damselfish – Staghorn coral is a delicate branching coral, commonly found on...
Creatures that live here (ID - Common Name):
A.ACc - Staghorn Coral
A.CG - Giant Anemone
B.BV - Queen Trig...
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